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Dhenness

1986 Honda FourTax TRX200 Wheel Cylinder

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Can someone tell me if the wheel cylinders  for the 1986 Honda Fourtrax TRX200 match other years and models?  I can't find a 1986 wheel cylinder rebuild kit on the internet.  I see a TRX250 and wondered if it was a match.  Which models use the same caliper?

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I checked 2 sources and both said those wheel cylinders were only used on '86-'88 TRX200.  Honda has discontinued the cylinders and the seals to rebuild them.  I didn't see any aftermarket kits available either.  

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Is there any alternative?  Can I get a wheel cylinder from another model that will work with the TRX200?

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37 minutes ago, Dhenness said:

Is there any alternative?  Can I get a wheel cylinder from another model that will work with the TRX200?

I'd say it's entirely possible but I have no clue which model that'd be.

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